Sutherland is a proud sponsor of the series, which features presentations on issues surrounding clean energy in the Southeastern United States, including the projected need for electric energy and oil and natural gas, and the opportunities and challenges for meeting those needs with clean energy technologies.
Join us on March 28, 2012 (12:30 p.m.- 2 p.m.) for the next installment, titled "Building Your Clean Tech Company in the South." Participants can attend for free in person in the Hodges Room, Technology Square on Georgia Tech’s campus or via Webinar.
The world is increasingly flat in clean technology. While local and regional markets exist for clean tech, national and international markets contain key drivers that impact market acceptance and economic viability that provide opportunities to achieve significant business viability and scale. For entrepreneurs located in Atlanta or the Research Triangle, what are some key considerations in addressing markets, raising capital, hiring employees and building company infrastructure to address growing national and international markets?
Plan to join a panel of entrepreneurs who will provide a market analysis of clean technology.
This seminar will feature speakers Paul Quinlan, managing director, North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association; Player Pate, director of marketing, louleX; and Anthony Coker, senior director, market and solutions development, Suniva, Inc.